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The room was updated but was non smoking and reaked of cigarette smoke. It sounded like a plane was taking off above us in the middle of the night, lots of noise coming from the floor above us. Overall it was fine for one night and not very expensive compared to other hotels in the area.
This hotel was a surprise. I was expecting something a tiny bit better than a motel 6. We walked into a beautiful trip to the past. Wonderful furnishings and a great bed made our visit special. We will definitely stay here again.
With views as good as these, shouldn’t your accommodation look great too? Yosemite National Park’s mountain backdrops and charming small towns might be the stars of the show, but with a little searching you’ll discover a range of impressive design hotels, from remote resorts with beautiful modern rooms to classic American motels. Whatever your style, you’ll find a Yosemite design hotel to suit you.
Design hotels are all about individuality, and each design hotel in Yosemite National Park has its own reasons for standing out. Look for unique features such as private balconies with river views, outdoor hot tubs, granite countertops and dining tables in rose gardens. Most of the design accommodation in and around Yosemite is in the towns and villages directly west, south or east of the park.
Visiting Yosemite National Park is most people’s number one reason to come to the area. However, there are a wealth of cultural things to see and do in the surrounding towns and villages. Sonora, for example, has two lively theatres, a cinema and several excellent museums. Mariposa, Jamestown, Groveland and Oakhurst all have museums too, and it’s worth visiting Yosemite Museum in the park itself – it’s a good example of rustic architecture, and features displays about the native Miwok and Paiute people.
If you’re looking for art and design souvenirs from Yosemite National Park, you’ll find galleries in Mariposa and Oakhurst. They’re independent, small-scale operations that sell work by local artists and craftspeople.
Jamestown is particularly worth a visit if you have an interest in history – it was a major Gold Rush town and has a very well preserved town centre, as well as an outdoor museum packed with vintage trains. In summer you’ll find lots of fairs, concerts and wine tastings in the area, as well as all the usual Yosemite outdoor adventures.
Choose a stay in a design hotel near the stunning Yosemite National Park for a fantastic holiday - both indoors and out.